On our way out of Arizona, we stopped in for a night at Canyon de Chelly (pronounced de Shay). We made it just in time to catch the sunset over the canyon.
Canyon de Chelly is a US National Park, although it falls within the Navajo Nation boundaries. Navajo people live and farm […]
When we reached Bright Angel trailhead, we were pleased to find that the snow had stopped falling. We were able to hike (slowly and carefully!) a short distance down the trail, with beautiful scenery. Bright Angel Trail had several switchbacks, but was generally a wide and easy trail. I loved the rock formations, […]
I can’t believe I got up before sunrise not once, but TWICE during our stay in the Grand Canyon.
Our visitors wanted to catch the sunrise, so I braved the early morning dark and cold, while Cory slept peacefully in the RV. We didn’t get a beautiful, clear sunrise. Instead, we watched as a big […]
Apparently, there’s a nifty little program called Junior Rangers, in most National Forests, Parks, and Monuments. Sure, it’s made for kids. But every ranger I’ve met (I’m now 5 levels of certified Jr.Rangerness) seemed more than happy to officiate […]
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